Amy Adams Says Henry Cavill's Physique In MAN OF STEEL Is "Distracting"
Dotting lightly on her experiencing, so far, working on Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel, 'Lois Lane' actress Amy Adams essentially praises her leading co-star's body structure!
During a press junket for The Muppets, the actress behind 'Lois Lane' in Warner Bros.' Man Of Steel reboot, Amy Adams, shared thoughts with Access Hollywood, so far, working on the big-budget production. However, the Academy Award nominated actress essentially offers up praise for 'Superman' co-star Henry Cavill, and the "distracting" result of his exercise regimen.
“It is a little distracting at first,” Amy, who plays Lois Lane, said of Henry’s ripped body. Amy added that sometimes, Henry’s fantastic physique, is just part of his appeal. “When people first see him, it’s like, ‘Wow. You’re actually really good looking,’” she added.
The actress said she was blown away by her co-star’s dedication to getting into super hero shape. “He’s just such a hard worker and I have so much respect for how hard he’s worked in this role, just tirelessly,” she told Access. “He’s doing a great job.”
As for herself, Amy is loving her latest two roles. “I’m having a really great time,” she told Access. “I was a huge Superman fan growing up as well. So, between ‘The Muppets’ and Superman,’ I feel like it’s like, ‘Wow! What else?’”
Man Of Steel, under Zack Snyder's direction, stars Henry Cavill (Clark Kent), Amy Adams (Lois Lane), Diane Lane (Martha Kent), Kevin Costner (Jonathan Kent), Michael Shannon (General Zod), Antje Traue (Faora), Julia Ormond (Lara Lor-Van), Russell Crowe (Jor-El), Harry Lennix (General Swanwick), with Christopher Meloni (Colonel Hardy) and Laurence Fishburne (Perry White). And while solid story details are currently being kept underwraps, the reboot releases on June 14, 2013!
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